May 2021

VII. Herausgeber




Frederick A. Lubich is the author and editor of seven books, including studies on Thomas Mann and Max Frisch as well as circa 400 scholarly, literary and journalistic publications in newspapers such as Argentinisches Tageblatt, New Yorker Aufbau, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. His translations include film scripts for transatlantic co-productions and Yoko Ono’s rock opera New York Story. His scholarly and creative work has been featured in the print media, on LP, CD’s, in television and radio programs in the United States and abroad. He has lectured widely in over 30 countries. E-Mail: flubich(at)


Janine Ludwig is a literary scholar, Academic Director of the Durden Dickinson Program at the University of Bremen, there Vice Head of the Institute for Cultural German Studies (IfkuD) and Chairwoman of the International Heiner Müller Society. Aside from numerous articles, she published books on Heiner Müller (Ikone West; Macht und Ohnmacht des Schreibens) and, with Mirjam Meuser, two edited volumes on post-GDR literature: Literatur ohne Land? Dr. Ludwig teaches at the Departments of Cultural and German Studies at Uni Bremen, at Dickinson’s German Dpt.; recently, with Uwe Spörl, a seminar on “Forgotten Wende Literature” (publication will follow). E-Mail: janine.ludwig(at)


Sarah McGaughey is Associate Professor of German at Dickinson College. She is a scholar of modernist studies, in particular of the region of German-speaking Central Europe and of the interwar period. She focuses on the Viennese author Hermann Broch and the relationship between literature and architecture as a means of understanding modernism and modernity. She is author of Ornament as Crisis: Architecture, Design, and Modernity in Hermann Broch’s The Sleepwalkers (Northwestern UP, 2016) and a co-editor of the Companion to the Works of Hermann Broch (Camden House, April 2019).

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